Jasur Djamalov

Business Development Officer

Internal Balance is Key to Every Clientʼs Confidence.

Jasurbek (called “Jasur” among the Team) has learned through his own immigrant journey to Canada that internal balance is key to finding confidence & following the straightest path to personal goals.

Born in Bukhara province, Uzbekistan, Jasur has spent his life finding the right answer with tough, focused questions. He attended Westminster International University in Tashkent & graduated with a Bachelorʼs of Arts in Business Administration. Following his academic success, he moved to the United States, where he completed a Masters of International Business program at Hult International Business School.

Agility matters even to law firms in the Digital Era.

Equipped with deepened knowledge of reducing operational costs, always a challenge in our ever-increasing digitalized world, he applied his calm demeanour & clear focus to hone his sales skills at the Bank of America.

Jasur has been a key component in the business development and strategic plan of the Firm as a truly next-generation law firm. Specifically, he is applying his knowledge of delivering on customer needs & simplifying options, to removing economic barriers for newly arrived immigrants in Canada.

Sobirovs Law Firm emphasizes on full, holistic integration into Canadian society.

Because successful immigration includes not just the legal aspects but also the social & financial components as well to ensure every clientʼs full enjoyment of their rights under Canadian law.

Jasur takes care of every clientʼs successful settlement & arrival to Canada so they can establish their success in the new country.

Jasur is fluent in Uzbek, Tajik and Russian.

  • Master of International Business, Hult International Business School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA (2016)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration & Management, Westminster International University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan (2014)
  • Bank of America, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  • Uzvinosanoat Holding, Bukhara, Uzbekistan
  • Bank Asaka, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
  • Uzbek Industrial and Commercial Bank, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
  • Russian, Tajik and Uzbek